A. Following a decision of a project permit by the applicable decision-making body, the City shall provide a notice of decision that also includes a statement of any threshold determination made under SEPA (Chapter 43.21C RCW) and the procedures for appeal.
B. The notice of decision should be issued within one hundred twenty (120) calendar days after the City notifies the applicant that the application is complete, unless the City makes written findings that a specified amount of additional time is needed for processing of specific complete project permit applications or project types. The time frames set forth in this section shall apply to project permit applications filed on or after the effective date of this title.
C. The notice of decision shall be provided to the applicant and to any person who, prior to the rendering of the decision, requested notice of the decision or submitted substantive comments on the application.
D. Notice of the decision shall be provided to the public as set forth in LMC 18A.02.700, Notice of Public Hearing. The City shall provide notice of the decision to the County Assessor’s Office if affected property owners request a change in valuation for property tax purposes.
E. If the City is unable to issue its final decision within the time limits provided in this chapter, it shall make written findings that a specified amount of additional time is needed for processing of specific complete project permit applications or project types and shall provide written notice to the parties of record. The written findings and notice shall include a statement of reasons why the time limits have not been met and an estimated date for issuance of the notice of decision. [Ord. 264 § 1, 2001.]